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To understand the internal and external anatomy of a shellfish in detail
To identify the different parts of a shellfish and describe the function of each part
To understand the internal organs and their functions
To study the life forms of shellfish with regard to their food and feeding habits, age and growth followed by reproduction.
Have enhanced knowledge on anatomical features of a shellfish
Distinguish the external and internal anatomy of various shellfish
Understand the functions of important internal organs and their role in circulatory, respiratory, nervous, Skeletal, Excretory, Reproductive, sensory systems
Explore how growth is estimated from wild stocks
Study of external morphology and meristic characteristics of crustacea and mollusca.
Classification of crustacea and mollusca up to the level of species with examples of
commercially important species.
Practicals: Study of external morphology. Collection, preservation and identification of
commercially important prawns, shrimps, crabs, lobsters, bivalves, gastropods, cephalopods
from natural habitats. Field visits for collection and study of commercially important
1.Text book of fish biology and Fisheries -S.S.Khanna and H.R.Singh
2.Physiology of Finfish and Shell fish -Kasturi Samantaray
Study of the external and internal organization of commercially important crustaceans
Reproductive biology and larval stages.
Reproductive biology of commercially important crustaceans
Reproductive biology of commercially important molluscs
Larval stages of commercially important crustaceans
Larval stages of commercially important molluscs
Assistant Professor, PhD School of Fisheries Centurion University of Technology and Management (CUTM) Paralakhemundi- 761211 Odisha, INDIA Mobile: +91 6238 514615 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS Ph.D. in Fish Nutrition and Feed Technology(2020) from Central Institute of Fisheries Education(CIFE-ICAR), Mumbai M.F.Sc.(Master of Fisheries Science) in Fish Nutrition and Feed Technology (2015) from Central Institute […]